Thinking of enrolling in creative writing or screenwriting courses, but need a few questions answered by the friendly advisors of the Writers’ Program beforehand?

Curious to check out all the programs UCLA Extension has to offer?

Then come to one of the two UCLA Extension Open Houses coming up in mid-September!

First up, UCLA Extension will be hosting an Open House on Tuesday, September 14, from 6 – 8:30pm at the Lindbrook Center in Westwood. If you need a little prodding, get this: if you enroll in a fall course, you’ll receive 10% off (up to $50) when you enroll at the Open House. How’s that for incentive? While you’re there, check out the free workshops on such topics as hot careers, grad school test prep, and careers in the entertainment industry, just to name a handful.

So you don’t live or work near the west side? All is not lost. If you’re closer to the downtown LA area, UCLA Extension will have another free Open House for you downtowners on Thursday, September 16, from 5:30 – 8:30pm at UCLA Extension’s Figueroa Courtyard campus. You’ll still get the same great 10% (up to $50) discount if you enroll in courses there, plus a selection of free workshops to choose from. For a complete list of workshops or to RSVP, visit here.

By the way, we’ve got some great courses in the Writers’ Program coming up this fall. Interested in sci-fi and fantasy? Check out Creating Universes, Building Worlds: The Short Story in Science Fiction and Fantasy (Online) with Alyx Dellamonica. Want to get in touch with your muse? Try The Multitasking Muse: Inspiring Your Poetic Voice through Multiple Art Forms with Michelle Bitting. Why not try your hand at comedy? There are some great screenwriting comedy courses coming up, such as Sneaking up on Comedy with Ellen Sandler, or Writing Sketch Comedy with Chris Webb. For a full listing, check out a pdf of the Writers’ Program fall catalog.

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